Commercial carpet tiles are the perfect solution for office spaces, Strata’s, Rentals, Commercial spaces and Government facilities.  Commercial carpets are built to withstand and endure heavy foot traffic and wear, providing a long lasting floor solution. Carpet tiles can be installed with double sided tape pads or carpet tile can be glued down for a permanent solution.

Carpet Tile Benefits

-Maybe you’re wondering why you would choose commercial carpet tile over broadloom. The fact is, carpet tile is more versatile than broadloom.

-Commercial carpet tiles are very easy to install and can be done in a matter of hours. Since backing and sometimes adhesive are included in the tile, there are no extra hidden costs.

-Create custom patterns and textures using different colors or simply rotating the tile.

-Commercial carpet tile is also super easy to replace. Just lift out the badly damaged tile and replace it with a new one.

-Commercial carpet tiles produce less waste than installing broadloom carpet. That’s because tile comes in different sizes so you end up cutting less to fit the space.

-Commercial carpet tiles are more durable than residential carpet tiles. These are built to stand up to high-traffic areas.

Carpet Fibers

Nylon – The most common as well as versatile fiber in the wide world of carpet. Ideal for use indoors installations, not as durable in outdoor applications. Nylon is a popular choice inside commercial buildings, condos and apartments because if meets fire codes since it doesn’t burn – it melts. Additionally, nylon is resistant to mold/mildew, staining, and is also less absorbent than other fibers.

Polyester – Polyester or “PET” is quite durable and is typically a lower cost than nylon. This thread has started to become the standard fiber used in many carpets and is used in both indoor and outdoor applications. This fiber is very durable and resistant to water as well as staining, which makes it great for any use in the home and even in commercial spaces. Another added benefit of this fiber is its high color retention and consistency.

Olefin – This fiber is the least expensive fiber used. This carpet fiber is typically the one used in businesses and apartments and is very common in cheaper, standard carpeting and carpet tile squares. It is not as durable as other fibers and can be stained easily but is fade and mildew resistant, as well as being resistant to abrasion and sunlight.

Polypropylene fibers are like Olefins and are on the lower end of the cost scale for carpet fibers but they do very well in high traffic areas. These are common for use in entryways of high traffic grocery stores. This fiber has all the benefits of Olefin and also has with the same drawback. When an oil is spilled on it, the carpet is easily stained.

Wool – Wool is the luxury high end of carpet options. It is the most expensive fiber and softest to the touch